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ENGLAND/ LIVERPOOL, Attempt for Borini ready

07.07.2012 17.29 by Claudio Colla  read 3711
Source: The Telegraph
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After having trained him at Swansea City from March to June 2011, Brendan Rodgers, current Liverpool manager, is willing to sign Italian international forward Fabio Borini (21), who's tracked by Inter and Juventus as well. AS Roma, which is currently on a deal with until June 2016, are however definitely unlikely to let him leave, after having hired him back from Parma.

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